Associate Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
A remarkable emergence of new quantum technologies, stimulated by significant investments from research agencies, private foundations as well as leading tech-companies, is taking place world wide. From quantum sensing and quantum communication to quantum computation, new technological advances promises to revolutionise the very fundament of our technologically based society.
This course will bring the participants to the forefront of the research on quantum technologies within quantum sensing, quantum communication and quantum computation. The participants will be introduced to the basic technical concepts as well as why and how quantum technology work. Furthermore, the participants will be given the necessary tools to assess how quantum technologies may impact their business and estimate the relevant timescale for due diligence.
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Course directors - Quantum Technologies
Course details - Quantum Technologies
Key benefits - Access how QT may impact your business
After the course you will:
- Be acquainted with the latest development of quantum technologies, in particular within quantum sensing, quantum communication and quantum computation.
- Gain first hand experiences with the current ability of quantum computers.
- Be able to access how quantum technology may impact your business.
- Be able to estimate the timescale for new quantum technologies in different areas of business.
This summer university will be taught by researchers from the newly established Novo Nordisk Quantum Computing Programme, the Center for Hybrid Quantum Networks and the Center for Quantum Devises all located at the Niels Bohr Institute.
The course include a mix of lectures, discussions, as well as lab visits and hands on sessions with quantum technology. In addition the course will include input presentations from quantum industry.
The course is ideal for employees who are involved in the strategic decision making of companies where quantum technology may have an impact in the coming years.
While a background in science, computation or math will beneficial the aim is to make the course accessible broadly.
University of Copenhagen
South Campus, Faculty of Law
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Copenhagen Summer University
+45 3533 3423
Time and Date
21-23 August 2023